9 Christmas Movies That’ll Warm Your Heart During Cold Evenings
To help you orchestrate a magical atmosphere right away, Bright Side has collected 9 outstanding Christmas films that you probably haven’t seen yet or maybe you’ve just forgotten about them. If you’re tired of always watching the same movies, you’ll definitely like our compilation.
A Very Merry Mix-Up (2013)
This cozy story was created for those who like to watch kind movies while wrapped in a soft blanket, drinking hot chocolate. A girl named Alice is going to meet her fiancé’s parents on Christmas. At the airport, she faces many different challenges and obstacles: her luggage gets lost and her phone breaks. Fortunately, she meets a stranger named Matt, and a sudden acquaintance turns into an incredible adventure.
The Princess Switch (2018)
It’s a wonderful film for those who want to have a romantic atmosphere on Christmas Eve. Duchess Margaret and the simple Stacy, from Chicago, are like 2 peas in a pod. An innocent idea to swap places turns into a gift from destiny (with the help of a little magic, of course).
Bridget Jones’s Baby (2016)
It’s been 12 years since we last saw our beloved Bridget Jones on the big screen. She has no more issues with excess weight, her career is taking off, but Bridget Jones wouldn’t be Bridget Jones without her superpower that gets her into silly situations. This film is light and funny, and if you like warm and soulful stories with happy endings, it’s just what you need.
The Man Who Invented Christmas (2017)
After facing a lack of inspiration and financial issues, young English writer Charles Dickens, despite rejections from publishers, decides to write and publish a book titled A Christmas Carol. Later, it becomes a symbol of forgiveness, mercy, and love. This touching story is about believing in your dreams and about how Christmas miracles are created. And hundreds years afterward, these miracles still make us do good things and never give up.
After losing the source of joy in his life, primary school teacher Paul Maddens (Martin Freeman) receives a request to create a Christmas play and starts working with a weird assistant, Mr. Poppy (Marc Wootton). What’s more, to annoy his old friend, a famous children’s play director, Paul claims that people from Hollywood are going to come and enjoy his performance. The lie spreads through the city too fast and turns into a problem, but later it appears that it’s just the beginning of a wonderful Christmas story.
The Christmas Chronicles (2018)
Siblings Teddy and Kate decide to record Santa’s arrival to prove that he does exist. A daring idea turns into an amazing journey where their aim is to save Christmas, together with Santa, his elves, and his flying reindeer. This is a really light, kind, and even educational film that you should definitely watch with your whole family before Christmas.
The Knight Before Christmas (2019)
This is a light romantic comedy that will fill your heart with love, joy, and the feeling of magic. Medieval knight, Sir Cole, accidentally finds himself in a modern world where he meets a school teacher named Brooke. She thinks Cole is suffering from amnesia and tries to help him. Brooke has no clue he’s the prince she’s been waiting for her whole life.
Frozen II (2019)
This is an incredibly beautiful and kind cartoon for the whole family that can make you forget about your everyday troubles and start believing in love, friendship, and magic again. In this new chapter, Elsa has to set off on a dangerous journey in order to save her kingdom. She’s accompanied by her dream-team: her sister Anna, her boyfriend Kristoff, her reindeer Sven, and the cheerful snowman Olaf.
Last Christmas (2019)
Date of release: December 5, 2019
Here’s a new romantic comedy and one of the most anticipated Christmas premieres of this year. It’s a wonderful tandem performance with the charming Emilia Clarke, and Emma Thompson who plays the main character’s mom. Good humor and the legendary song Last Christmas are the main reasons to go to the movies during the holidays.
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